The initial season of the animated reality-show spoof Drawn Together consists of eight episodes, each one savagely parodying the clichés and stereotypes of both the "reality" and "cartoon" genres within the context of several washed-up animated celebrities forced to live together under the same roof. In the opening episode, "Hot Tub," Disneyesque Princess Clara manages to lay a racist slur upon Hanna-Barbera-esque Foxxy Love, while video-game hero Xandir reveals himself to be a closet gay. In "Clara's Dirty Little Secret," it is revealed that the titular heroine has been cursed by her wicked stepmother to suffer from tentacled monster living in her -- uh -- privates. Xandir finally comes out in "Gay Bash," while foulmouthed prankster Spanky Ham exploits the Pokémon-derived Ling-Ling. Bitchy Betty Boop sound-alike Toot Braunstein grows more obese than ever, stiff-necked Captain Hero finds out that he enjoys bondage, and the SpongeBob-ish Wooldor Sockbat is bullied into helping Spanky capture Princess Clara's timid woodland friends in "Requiem for a Reality Show." Next, "The Other Cousin" finds Clara's well-named relative Bleh paying a visit. In "Terms of Endearment," Captain Hero's X-ray vision gives Foxxy a brain tumor. The whimsical Spanky finally goes too far when he takes a dump on a pizza in "Dirty Pranking Number 2." And in the finale, subtly titled "The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist," Drawn Together meets The Apprentice as Machiavellian billionaire Bucky Bucks plays one roommate against the other. Through the season are sprinkled innumerable "inside" references to cartoon history, a plethora of gratuitous sex gags, and even guest appearances by the likes of Elmer Fudd and Snagglepuss. ~ Hal Erickson
This show is hilarious! The creators have done an amazingly wonderful job tying characters (sorry, caricatures) from different tv shows, games and comics. Just in case you've never watched the show, here is a quick synopsis: 8 characters live in a house with a 1000000 cameras so that every move of their is captured for our enjoyment (perverse or otherwise!)
I'll confess I have only ever watched one or two episodes of any reality series, I don't play video games nor read comic books. However, I get the caricatures and who/what they represent. It is definitely a R-rated show (both for content and language) even when it is censored for television ... so make certain that the little ones are out of the house before you even put this in your DVD player. I'm glad that Comedy Central is bringing it back for a 3rd season! Highly recommended for people with a sense of humor and those that aren't offended by strong language.
I would recommend this to a friend
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